Frequently Asked Questions

Sales tax

What is Lenexa’s sales tax rate?

Sales tax is collected on the purchase of taxable goods and services. We have a 1% sales tax to support general operations and a 3/8-cent sales tax for street maintenance, park improvements, recreational facilities, and civic/cultural amenities. The city also receives a portion of selected county sales tax revenues.

The sales tax rate in Lenexa is generally 9.35%, which is made up of several sales taxes from the city, county and state.

State of Kansas tax   6.500%  State = 6.500%
County - General tax   0.500%  County =  1.475%
County - Public safety I tax   0.250%  
County - Stormwater tax  0.100%  
County - Public safety II tax  0.250%  
County - Research triangle tax  0.125%  
 County - Public safety III tax  0.250%  
City of Lenexa - General tax  1.000%  City = 1.375%*
City - Parks, roads and civic
center project tax
 TOTAL  9.350%

The following Community Improvement Districts (CID) have an additional 1% sales tax, making the total tax rate equal 10.35% in these specific locations.

  • Orchard Corners shopping area located at the southwest corner of Quivira Road and 95th Street.

  • Prairie Creek shopping area located at the northwest corner of Prairie Star Parkway and Renner Boulevard.

  • The Quivira 95 shopping area located at the northwest corner of Quivira Road of 95th Street

  • Greystone Plaza shopping area located at northwest corner of 87th Street Parkway and Rosehill Road.

  • The AMN Healthcare (B.E. Smith office building at City Center East Village (including Grand Street Cafe).

  • Lenexa City Center East Village 2 (8721 - 8825 Ryckert Street including the Hyatt Place Hotel).

  • SpringHill Suites hotel project area located at the northwest corner of 87th Street Parkway and Penrose.

  • Candlewood Suites hotel project area at 9630 Rosehill Road.

  • Holiday Inn hotel project area located at 9620 Rosehill Road.

  • Lenexa City Center Area E Building located at 8800 Renner Boulevard.

  • Lenexa Point shopping area located at the northwest corner of 87th Street Parkway and Maurer Road.

  • Sonoma Plaza shopping area located south of 87th Street Parkway at Maurer Road.

Additional information regarding sales tax rates and purchases exempt from sales tax (KSA 79-3606b) can be obtained from the Kansas Department of Revenue or by calling the Taxpayer Assistance Center at 785.368.8222.

What is the 3/8-cent sales tax?

In 2008, residents approved a 3/8-cent sales tax increase to help maintain the city’s roads, improve existing park facilities and provide new recreational opportunities. The sales tax became effective on Oct. 1, 2008, and will expire in 2028.

The sales tax currently generates $6.1 million annually, and is allocated as follows: 40 percent is used to maintain the city’s roads through the Pavement Management Program and 60 percent is used to improve existing park facilities and provide new recreational opportunities including the new Lenexa Rec Center.

Property tax

What is the current mill levy rate?

Your property’s total tax rate, or mill levy, includes levies for the State of Kansas, Johnson County Government, Johnson County Community College, and the respective school district. The mill levy rate is $29.102 per $1,000 of assessed valuation.

This represents around 24% to 25% of the total property tax paid by each property in Lenexa. The percentage of property tax we receive depends on which school district serves your property.

The mill levy rates for all taxing entities for the 2022 budget in Lenexa are:

City of Lenexa  29.102
Johnson County  18.564
Johnson County Parks & Recreation    3.096
Johnson County Library    3.908
Johnson County Community College    9.110
State of Kansas    1.500
School Districts  
De Soto  61.949
Olathe  68.282
Shawnee Mission  51.667


How do I calculate my property tax bill?

To calculate your 2022 Lenexa tax bill:

  1. Go to the Johnson County website database and search Land Records.

  2. Multiply the total valuation by 11.5% for residential property or 25% for commercial or industrial property

  3. Multiply that number by the Lenexa mill levy of $29.102 per $1,000 of assessed valuation.

For example, for a home with a total valuation of $352,000, the calculation would be: ($352,000 x .115 x 29.102)/1,000 = $1,178.05 in property taxes.

Please remember, this is the Lenexa portion of your tax bill. It does not include taxes for libraries, school districts and other taxing entities.